Wouldn’t you love a job that had no on-call or holiday coverage, where you never had to work weekends? You can enjoy this awesome work-life balance, and make a difference in your community!
As part of a carefully designed treatment program, you will help patients develop their knowledge and understanding, and utilize the tools they need to recover from substance use disorders and avoid relapse. You will help them move forward into fulfilling, successful lives.
Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants are encouraged to apply. Be an instrument of change in the way we treat addiction. Apply now.
Nurse Practitioner Job Info
(New grads are welcome to apply)
We welcome you to join us at Right Choice Health Group: A pioneer and visionary addiction medicine practice. We are an office-based addiction medicine practice integrated with our behavioral health organization, named Mind Care Agency. We welcome Nurse Practitioners at any level of training to join us in order to help the community fight this national epidemic. New grads are also welcome.
No fear! We train our providers with tools and evidence-based treatment protocols so that they become confident medical providers in treating patients with addiction.
At Right Choice, we also believe in having a healthy balance between career and personal well-being. That is why we do not have our providers work during holidays or weekends and our providers are not required to be on-call.
Duties & Responsibilities
As an Advanced Nurse Practitioner, you will be providing office-based, direct patient care for mostly opioid and alcohol addiction at any of our outpatient locations. You will be working on adopting the mission and vision of the organization. You will be flexible to changes including adopting and collaborating treatment plans with your collaborative team. You will be expected to be a team player with great personal and professional character. You will act as a medical liaison between other medical/behavioral health providers and collaborate with the clinic physician. You will also collaborate with other staff regarding medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and patient medical case reviews.
Qualifications, Experience, Licensures, and Certification
NP degree from an accredited School of Nursing
Credentialed as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner by the State Board of Nurse Examiners
1-year experience as an NP in Internal Medicine/Primary Care preferred (New grads and other specialties are welcome to apply)
NP license, board certification, and current DEA certificate is a MUST to apply for this position
Willing to obtain Buprenorphine waiver certification
Experience in treating patients with addiction in any capacity preferred
EMR related skills and good typing speed is preferred